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Updated: 6 hours 26 min ago
John Sinclair won his prize in the 19th Century only to die by "mournful accident" shortly afterwards.
A North Belfast man has died in Turkey, according to MP John Finucane.
Records show that the man, known only as Abell, lived in the city in the early 18th Century.
From monkeys to spiders - Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis ask about the natural world.
Dr Saman Mir Sacharvi and Vian Mangrio were found dead after a fire at their home.
There has also been one death recorded in the most recent 24-hour period.
Summer signing Ben Chilwell scores one and sets up another on his first Premier League start as Chelsea thump Crystal Palace at Stamford Bridge.
The number of people confirmed to have died with coronavirus now stands at 1,630.
Officers found "tables with more than six people gathered around" at the 24 Kitchen Street bar.
William Henry and Brian McIntosh were found dead in a car park off Moor Street in Brierley Hill.
PM to hold video call with EU chief, after the final round of negotiations ended without agreement.
Tighter rules come into effect in five further areas amid a rising number of new coronavirus cases.
A further 764 positive cases have been confirmed in the last 24 hours, according to Scottish government data.
The announcement of the new site, expected to open in 2021, was made at the party's conference.
Since 8 September, pubs and restaurants in Bolton had been limited to offering takeaways only.
One holidaymaker stuck in London says her government's fees to return home are too high.
The new mum, however, says hospital staff were "supportive every step of the way".
Zef Eisenberg who died in a land speed record bid "injected his positivity into everyone".
The Scottish Conservative leader calls on his party to end the "defeatism" regarding Scotland's future in the UK.